Associated Press A new poll about the 2016 president race suggests a man who is not even running would beat the top three candidates if he changed his mind.
Mitt Romney has said he's not running for president again, but he's already considered an early favorite in the first-in-the-nation primary state of New Hampshire.
A new Suffolk University Boston Herald survey released today shows Romney as the Republican front-runner with 24%.
He won in a landslide. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie got 9% of the vote, followed by Kentucky Senator Rand Paul and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush.
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